Described as “a great national asset” by one graduate professor, the Lebanese University faces collapse amid one of the worst financial crises anywhere.
Graduates say universities’ failure to provide audio-visual training studios denies them qualifications needed for work.
Wael Farouq, a professor of Arabic studies in Milan, says introducing non-native speakers to the rhythms and sounds of Arabic poetry and music facilitates language learning.
A study explores the gap between Syrian refugee students’ educational dreams and their reality, and gets students’ views on how teachers can help.
Effat University is moving toward gender equality by admitting men. Most aspects of student life, however, will remain gender segregated.
Students hit by Covid-19 school closures face $17 trillion loss in lifetime earnings, says a new report from the World Bank, Unesco and Unicef.
Qatar’s College of Pharmacy revised its curriculum to better align pharmacy education with the profession’s shift toward patient care.
In its latest Global Education Monitoring Report, the U.N. agency calls for greater oversight of private schools to ensure quality education for all.
Arabic calligraphy was recently inscribed on Unesco’s intangible cultural heritage lists. Calligraphers hope that inspires more support for teaching it in schools.